Looking For Propellers
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Posted 18 August 2010 - 07:55 PM
Of course I am new to this.......Can someone tell me where to find propellers and the little( I don't know what you call it) like little bearing spacer that goes between the lure and propeller. I am working on something similar to a torpedo.
Also, I keep reading about topcoats, and have seen a gy dip his then hang to dry. What is the best topcaot that you can dip with?
Posted 18 August 2010 - 08:44 PM
Hollywood , U just opened one of the biggest topics in TU , Happy Reading,
Mike - I Dip (Dick Nite Clear Coat)
Posted 18 August 2010 - 09:27 PM
Here's a couple places where you can find the hardware your looking for. Might be a good idea to bookmark these sites if you plan on doing more than one or two baits. Let us know if we can be of anymore help.
Posted 18 August 2010 - 09:37 PM
Thanks Mike........and thanks Rayburnguy, I think I had seen one of those sites, I probly overlooked what I was looking for. Been reading so much am starting to get crosseyed . Again, get the lake ready for me, hooking up the 5th wheel and boat to head to Hanks Creek Park Friday!! Love Rayburn so much better than our lake down here in Livingston!!!
Posted 19 August 2010 - 06:56 AM
If you have trouble finding what you need at the links I sent just use the search feature once you get there. They have them. I checked to make sure. Didn't give the link to the specific page because I thought you might want to look around.
Have fun at Rayburn. Heard they caught some pretty good stringers last weekend in the Bud Lite Tournament. Took almost 29 lbs. to win it with 9 limits in the 20 lb. range. Quite a few fish in the 7 to 9 lb. range were caught.
I know what you mean about Lake Livingston. I used to fish it a lot many years ago. I quit fishing it for several reasons. The lake really went down hill for a number of years. While I haven't been on Livingston in a number of years it sure brings back some fond memories.
Let me know if I can be of anymore help.